Area Attractions

Take our hotel shuttle to this stunning beach located within approximately eight minutes of the hotel, where you can soak up the sun and take in the beauty of the pristine turquoise water and pearl gray sands that draw locals and guests alike. Or try your hand at a number of local activities fit for the whole family, from ulana launiu (coconut leaf weaving) classes to a relaxing morning of outdoor yoga.

Hana-Maui Resort

5031 Hana Hwy
Hana, Hawaii, United States, 96713



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Hiking & Exploring

Tide Pools in Hana, Maui

The Bamboo Forest & Pipiwai Trail

On the mountainside of Oheo Gulch, you'll find unique hiking trails that give way to ocean views, freshwater pools, lush bamboo forests, and bridges along waterfalls. Reach Waimoku Falls at the end of your 2-mile hike.

Black Sand Beach

Visit Wainapanapa State Park, located on the outskirts of Hana, to see Black Sand Beach—a beach formed by volcanic materials over the course of a millennia. The natural structures, caves, and impressive coastline views are among the most beautiful on the island.

Hana Lava Tube

The Hana Lava Tube is one of the island’s most incredible geologic wonders—and the 18th largest lava tube on Earth—where a cavernous maze created by volcanic lava offers an educational adventure for the whole family. Guided tours are available for all ages.

Waianapanapa State Park

Entry fees for Out-of-State visitors, effective March 1, 2021: Parking: $10 · Walk-in, bike-in or drop-off entry: $5 per person · Visitors making parking reservations will be required to select a time slot in order to accommodate visitation for other park users across the day. · Entry remains free, with no reservations required, for Hawaii residents. For more information, please visit the DLNR Hawaii State Parks website.


Beach in Hana, Maui

Hamoa Beach

Take our hotel shuttle to this stunning beach located approximately seven minutes from the hotel, where you can soak up the sun and take in the beauty of the pristine turquoise water and pearl-grey sands that draw locals and guests alike.

Kapueokai Bay (Hāna Beach Park)

Located just beyond The Spa, the grey sands and gentle Pacific waves of Kapueokai Bay (Hāna Beach Park) make it the ideal place for families and kids to spend the day swimming and splashing. Picnic areas and shaded spots along the oceanfront offer a space to gather and relax.

Honokalani Black Sand Beach

Nestled in a private cove in Wainapanapa State Park, this is the perfect spot for active beachgoers. Explore the sea cave, blowholes, and sea arches that hold significant meaning for the Hawaiian culture—all while taking in the stunning coastline views of crystal waters against the famous black sands.

Local Dining

Town Sign in Hana, Maui

The Bamboo Hale at Hana Farms

Savor your locally-sourced meal while taking in the ocean breeze in the outdoor, open-air bamboo hale. Artisan wood-fired pizzas, farm fare, and harvest salads are among menu favorites, while live acoustic music from local artists takes center stage each Friday.

Coconut Glen’s

Discover this local roadside favorite where coconut-based ice cream is the perfect organic, vegan treat along your Road to Hana drive. Choose from flavors such as matcha, pineapple, and traditional vanilla bean.

Braddah Hutts BBQ Grill

From shucked coconuts to ribs and delicious shrimp pasta, the family-owned Braddah Hutts BBQ Grill introduces visitors to authentic Hawaiian barbecue cuisine. Stop by this roadside food truck for a true taste of the island.